[Note: SSHlist has been deprecated,in favor of SSHplus. SSHlist will no longer be developed, but is still made available]
Since moving to Ubuntu Natty, I’ve missed the sshmenu applet a lot.
So I spent an hour to writeup a functionally equivalent appindicator menu. And so sshlist was born.
Using sshlist is simple. From the instructions:
- Copy file sshlist.py (this file) to /usr/local/bin
- Edit file .sshlist in home directory to add ssh host (one per line)
- You can if you wish add additional ssh options. The line is appended to the ssh command
- Launch sshlist.py
- Or better yet, add it to gnome startup programs list so it’s run on login.
Of course, much of that could be automated, patched and/or packaged. For now simply head to the repository, click on “sshlist.py” and grab the raw file, and follow the above instructions.
Update: Benjamin Heil extended sshlish for simplestarter, which allows launch of multiple applications with various arguments. It might suit your needs.
Update 2: SSHplus is better! This version will no longer be maintained.